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Warm up. Write in notebook. What are the signs of a chemical reaction?. Can you name these items?. 3. 2. 4. 1. 5. 6. The answers are …. Graduated Cylinder. Triple-beam Balance. 3. 2. 4. 1. Eyedropper. Beaker. Test Tube. 5. 6. Safety Goggles. Telescope.

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Warm up
Warm up

  • Write in notebook

  • What are the signs of a chemical reaction?



The answers are …

Graduated Cylinder

Triple-beam Balance

3

2

4

1

Eyedropper

Beaker

Test Tube

5

6

Safety Goggles

Telescope



The answers are …

1

4

2

3

Mortar & Pestle

Vernier Caliper

Flask

Spring Scale

5

6

Microscope

Test Tube


Name the weather equipment what does it measure
Name the weather equipment.What does it measure?


S pectroscope
Spectroscope

  •      Scientists use tools to help them understand the universe, galaxies, stars, and planets.  A major tool used to gather information about these objects is called a spectroscope.  The scientific technique that utilizes the spectroscope is called spectroscopy

  • HOW DO WE KNOW SO MUCH ABOUT STARS?

  • Being that humans have never actually visited another galaxy, a star, or a planet, how do we know so much about them? 

  •      Scientists learn a lot about these objects from the light that they send us.  The light received can tell us about the objects.


What piece of equipment what is it used for
What piece of equipment?What is it used for?


Find the density of the object below.

The object was placed on a triple beam balance.

20

0

An object was dropped into a graduated cylinder that contained 40 mL. Determine the volume of that object.

5.4

Image from http://www.edinformatics.com/math_science/mass.htm


The solution …

Volume = Volume of water & object – volume of water

V = 65 mL – 40 mL

V = 25 mL

M = 25.4 g

Density = Mass ÷ Volume

D = 25.4 g ÷ 25 mL

D = 1.01 g/mL

** The object will sink!


Find the density of the object below.

An object was dropped into a graduated cylinder that contained 20 mL. Determine the volume of that object.

The object was placed on a triple beam balance.

The mass

Image from http://ritter.tea.state.tx.us/

Image from http://genchem.rutgers.edu/bal3b2.html


The solution …

Volume = Volume of water & object – volume of water

Volume = 43 mL – 20 mL

V = 23 mL

M = 373.3 g

Density = Mass ÷ Volume

D = 373.3 g ÷ 23 mL

D = 16.23 g/mL


Use a periodic table and your knowledge of the element families to identify each element by name.

1. I am a Noble Gas that is found in the 6th period.

2. I am a member of the Alkaline Earth family and have 88 electrons.

3. I am a transition metal that is a liquid at room temperature.

4. I am a member of the Carbon family that is found in the 5th period.

5. I am a Halide (group 7) that is a gas at room temperature and have 3 energy levels.


The answers are …

1. I am a Noble Gas that is found in the 6th period.

2. I am a member of the Alkaline Earth family and have 88 electrons.

3. I am a transition metal that is a liquid at room temperature.

4. I am a member of the Carbon family that is found in the 5th period.

5. I am a Halide that is a gas at room temperature and have 3 energy levels.

Radon

Radium

Mercury

Tin

Chlorine


Use your knowledge of the relationships in the periodic table to answer each question.

1. If Element B has 14 protons, how many would an atom of Element C have?

2. If Element G has 3 valance electrons, how many would Element A have?

3. If Element I has 3 energy levels, how many would Element F have?

4. If Element D has 22 electrons, how many would Element F have?

5. If Element E has 4 valence electrons, how many would Element I have?

Mystery Table


The answers are … table to answer each question.

1. If Element B has 14 protons, how many would an atom of Element C have?

2. If Element G has 3 valance electrons, how many would Element A have?

3. If Element I has 3 energy levels, how many would Element F have?

4. If Element D has 22 electrons, how many would Element F have?

5. If Element E has 4 valence electrons, how many would Element I have?

15

3

2

26

5


#5 table to answer each question.

#2

#3

#7

#4

#8

A. Used to crack open seedsB. Used to tear meatC. Used to bore into trees for insectsD. Used to get nectar in flowersE. Used to strain plants and animals from waterF. Used to spear fishG. Used to catch and eat insectsH. A multipurpose bill used for fruit, seeds, insects, fish, and other animals

#1

#6

http://www.normanbirdsanctuary.org/beak_adaptations.shtml


#4 table to answer each question.

#1

#5

A. Seed eaters like sparrows and cardinals have short, thick conical bills for cracking seed.

H. Crows have a multi-purpose bill that allows them to eat fruit, seeds, insects, fish, & other animals.

#6

#2

G. Insect eaters like warblers have thin, pointed bills.

E. Some ducks have long, flat bills that strain small plants and animals from the water.

C. Woodpeckers have bills that are long & chisel-like for boring into wood to eat insects.

#7

#3

D. Hummingbird bills are long and slender for probing flowers for nectar.

#8

B. Birds of prey like hawks and owls have sharp, curved bills for tearing meat.

F. Birds like herons & kingfishers have spear-like bills adapted for fishing.

http://www.normanbirdsanctuary.org/beak_adaptations.shtml


Label the parts of the cell. table to answer each question.

Cytoplasm Cell Wall Vacuole Endoplasmic Reticulum (ER)

Nucleus Mitochondria Cell Membrane Chloroplast

8

1

7

2

6

3

5

4

Image: http://fds.oup.com/www.oup.co.uk/images/oxed/children/yoes/nature/plantcell.jpg


The answers are … table to answer each question.

Vacuole

Cytoplasm

8

1

7

Chloroplast

2

Mitochondria

6

Nucleus

3

Cell Wall

5

4

Endoplasmic Reticulum (ER)

Cell Membrane


Label the parts of the cell. table to answer each question.

  • Cytoplasm

  • B. Cell membrane

  • C. Golgi Body

  • D. Lysosome

  • E. Endoplasmic Reticulum

  • F. Nucleus

  • G. Mitochondria

  • H. Ribosome

1

8

2

3

7

6

4

5

Image: http://web.jjay.cuny.edu/~acarpi/NSC/13-cells.htm


The answers are … table to answer each question.

1 –

2 –

3 –

4 –

5 –

6 –

7 –

8 –

B. Cell membrane

E. Endoplasmic Reticulum

F. Nucleus

H. Ribosome

D. Lysosome

G. Mitochondria

C. Golgi Body

A. Cytoplasm

1

8

2

3

7

6

4

5


1. Predict the offspring from a cross between a table to answer each question.purebred tall pea plant and a hybrid tall plant. Use T for tall and t for short.

(a) Give the genotypes. Purebred Tall = ____ Hybrid Tall = ____

(b) Create a Punnett square to determine the genotypes for the offspring.

(c) What is the probability that a plant would be tall? _______ %

(d) What is the probability that a plant would be short? _______ %

2. Predict the offspring from a cross between two hybrid tall pea plants.

(a) Give the genotype for a hybrid tall plant. ______

(b) Create a Punnett square to determine the genotypes for the offspring.

(c) What is the probability that a plant would be tall? _____ %

(d) What is the probability that a plant would be short? _____ %

(e) If you were to plant 100 seeds from this cross, how many would you expect to be tall?


T table to answer each question.

t

T

TT

Tt

T

TT

Tt

1. Predict the offspring from a cross between a purebred tall pea plant and a hybrid tall plant. Use T for tall and t for short.

(a) Give the genotypes. Purebred Tall = ____ Hybrid Tall = ____

(b) Create a Punnett square to determine the genotypes for the offspring.

(c) What is the probability that a plant would be tall?

(d) What is the probability that a plant would be short?

TT

Tt

100%

0%


T table to answer each question.

t

T

TT

Tt

t

Tt

tt

2. Predict the offspring from a cross between two hybrid tall pea plants.

(a) Give the genotype for a hybrid tall plant. ______

(b) Create a Punnett square to determine the genotypes for the offspring.

(c) What is the probability that a plant would be tall?

(d) What is the probability that a plant would be short?

(e) If you were to plant 100 seeds from this cross, how many would you expect to be tall?

Tt

75%

25%

25% of 100 = 25 plants


Identify the three components table to answer each question.

of the cardiovascular system.

  • __________________________

  • __________________________

  • __________________________


The components are . . . table to answer each question.

  • Heart

  • Blood vessels

  • 3. Blood


  • Identify the organs of excretion and their function. table to answer each question.

    1.

    2.

    3.

    4.


    The organs of excretion are. . . table to answer each question.

    1. kidneys filter blood

    2. skin sweat (salt & H2O)

    3. lungs exhale CO2 & H2O

    4. liver recycle RBC’s


    Describe the functions of table to answer each question.

    the respiratory system.

    1. ______________________________

    2. ______________________________


    The functions are . . . table to answer each question.

    1. take in air – use O2

    2. eliminate waste(CO2)


    Determine which of the following are direct and/or indirect rays of sunlight and discuss how they effect the Earth.

    A.

    B.

    Image from http://ag.arizona.edu/watershedsteward//resources/module/Climate/images/indirect_rays.jpg


    indirect rays of sunlight and discuss how they effect the Earth. – same amount of energy spread over a larger area of the earth therefore it is not as intense

    Indirect

    Direct

    direct sun – same amount of energy but a greater concentration over a smaller area


    Determine the season in the northern and southern hemisphere.

    C.

    E.

    A.

    D.

    G.

    F.

    B.

    H


    The answers are . . . hemisphere.

    Spring

    Winter

    Summer

    Autumn

    Autumn

    Summer

    Winter

    Spring

    Image from http://www.uwm.edu/~kahl/CoVis/Seasons/


    Identify the phase of the moon. hemisphere.

    A.

    B.

    D.

    C.

    Image from http://www.mattastro.com/moon.html


    The phases are . . . hemisphere.

    A.

    B.

    Full Moon

    First Quarter

    C.

    D.

    Waxing Gibbous

    Waning Crescent



    The phases are . . . hemisphere.

    A.

    Third Quarter Moon

    B.

    New Moon


    Geology hemisphere.

    #3

    Choose the correct answer…

    1. What is the name of the super continent believed to have been present millions of years ago?

    Nazca Laurasia Pangaea Gondwanaland

    • 2. Which of these statements isn't evidence for the theory of continental drift?

      • -The bulge of South America fitting into the indent in Africa

      • -Similar fossils found in South America and Southern Africa

      • -Volcanoes on the edges of existing plate boundaries

    P. Reardon 2008 – Based on “Science Starters” by T. Trimpe at http://sciencespot.net/


    Geology hemisphere.

    #3

    Choose the correct answer…

    The answers are…

    1. What is the name of the super continent believed to have been present millions of years ago?

    Nazca Laurasia Pangaea Gondwanaland

    Pangaea

    • 2. Which of these statements isn't evidence for the theory of continental drift?

      • -The bulge of South America fitting into the indent in Africa

      • -Similar fossil remains being found in South America and Southern Africa

      • -Volcanoes on the edges of existing plate boundaries

    -Volcanoes on the edges of existing plate boundaries

    P. Reardon 2008 – Based on “Science Starters” by T. Trimpe at http://sciencespot.net/


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